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ministers said there were some casualties. reuters is reporting that 30 hostages were killed. the militants kidnapped an unconfirmed number of workers on wednesday. the governments of japan, france, and norway have said their citizens were among the captives. the militants demanded that france end its military campaign in neighboring mai. theyhreatened to leave the country and take the hostages with them so the security forces moved in. a number of hostages and militants were killed during the operation. >> translator: the algerian authorities informed me about the developments of the situation on a regular basis. i don't have enough information yet to evaluate it. >> japan's chief cabinet secretary says government officials have been in contact with managers at a japanese engineers firm. employees of jgc corporation work at the plant. they confirm the safety of three japanese nationals. there's conflicting information on 14 others. >>> fear fighting prompted an emergency meeting on thursday in mali. eu foreign ministers med and agreed to speed up preparations for a mission deployment in ma
-fi, 80211 in the reuters that people use. it's easy to imagine free wi-fi with common connections where you can use your phone. voiceover i.p. allows you to speak over the phone on the wi- fi network and that competition will open up those markets, i think. >> we have just about come to the end of our team. i want to ask you one last question which inevitably came to mind when you were talking about the magical translation devices. will there be a magical journalism device that will make the communists -- >> what is interesting about technology is that we do a pretty good job of catching up to the basics. we don't do a very good job of genius, all right. if you take a look at google news, many of you use google news, it does a pretty good job of assembling the obvious stuff. it doesn't have a lot of insight. the role of journalists in my view is the role of insight. it will be a long time. here is an example. we had a project inside of google to write things. i suggested, by the way, you could have it write a paper and then you can have it add 7% and then another 7%. it would produce infini
it calls israel's history of aggression against arabs and muslims. reuters report the plane bombed a convoy. they suggested trucks were carrying weapons. israeli prime minister said on sunday weapons were flowing out of syria and that israelisust be fully prepared. he's concerned that syrian made missiles and chemical weapons may reach hezbollah. countries around the world have pledged more than $1.5 billion in humanitarian aid for syria. 4.7 syrians need help including millions forced from their homes. >> translator: it's freezing here. we get only one blanket for family. many people are sick. >> representatives of quikuwaitd the united arabs pledged money. >> there's no milita solution. this should be resolved through political solution. french troops are gaining ground in mali. they have taken control of the airport near algeria. french troops launched an operation three weeks ago. mali is a former frempnch colon. arabs have been kidnapped suspected of having links to the rebels and they have ramsacked shops. they sent a threat in nigeria. >>> three chinese naval vsels have left for exei
] >> i feel it is great with predators on writers but maybe it is too broad. told reuters on told reuters. station -- writers. but i am pleased, more pleased with myself that i manage to get here that eyes we can on this biographers saying without having written a biography. and to talk about the "the novelistic essay & the essayistic novel" and i hope you have that hand out which i hope succeeded to grab your attention. i will frame the talk about the essay and the novel with the compatibility or incompatibility between the two with a few quotations. that is one of the great things of the essay form you put things in quotations to show how clever you are. that would be a good idea considering this big question to know that i will begin by indicating of expanded so the first before petitions are like to read, i think of myself as the essayist producing essays is a novel form war novels is an essay form. that is straightforward. instead of writing i fill them. i think it is useful to bear in mind these of which this topic can be exported from literature to use cinema and while we are as it
promised not to pressure the employees. he told reuters we will naturally remain very neutral on this. but that same ceo reportedly made a big screen anti-union speech to workers in smyrna, mississippi, back in 2001. he told them the union might make this plant be not competitive and possibly shut down. shortly after that speech, smyrna workers rejected uaw by about 1600 votes. workers in canton say they feel threatened and intimidated if they talk about organizing. so we asked nissan here on "the ed show" about those claims today. david reuter told us, "we treat our employees with respect and routinely engage in an open dialogue on topics that impact our business." but in the same conversation, riot reuter also made this statement. if you're pro union, you're anti-nissan. i'm joined tonight by two people who say they're not anti-nissan. betty jones, a nissan employee, and derek johnson, president of the mississippi state naacp, and you can see workers behind them this evening from mississippi joining us here on "the ed show." great to have both of you with us. this has been going on
and japan say the citizens are among the captives. reuters news agency is reporting 25 foreign nationals escaped. it says two japanese citizens among them. algerian tv station says 40 algerians are also free. a news agency has also been reporting the militants said algerian army helicopters launched attacks. the militants had been threatening to kill the hostages if the army intensified its assault. they demanded france end the military campaign in neighboring mali. the french government has yet to issue an official response. the algerian government says it will not negotiate with the hostage takers. the british firm bp and other foreign companies operate the natural gas facility. >>> investigators looking into the emergency landing of a 787 dreamliner in japan have found evidence smoke did appear inside the aircraft. officials weren't immediately able to confirm that on wednesday after the boeing plane landed. the incident prompted japanese, american and european aviation authorities to order airlines to ground all 787s in operation. a team from japan's transport safety board tried to f
told reuters that the algerian army carried out an air strike on five jeeps with captives inside. his vehicle was its only one that wasn't blown up. spokes persons for the japanese engineering firm jgc corporation says they have been in contact with the captives. the fate of the remaining 10 hostages is unknown. they expressed their determine togs continue fighting terrorism. >> translator: i believe taking lives of innocent people is arou an unforgivable act. our priority is to recover the hostage as live. the situation remains unstable. we'll continue doing our very best to cope with this situation. >> an algerian tv station says they killed 18 islamist militants but there's no official statement giving details on the rescue operation or the fate of the hostages. >>> it's not the first time the algerian government has used military force to deal with extremists. nhk world gives us some perspective on the political situation. >> reporter: the algerian government hard line approach can be traced back to the decade-long civil war that ended in 2002. in 1991, islamic parties won a lands
. se quedan en tierra los boeing 787les saluda enrique acevedo. un reciente sondeo de reuters/ipsos revela que aproximadamente 75 por ciento de los estadounidenses apoyan una prohibicion de la venta de armas automaticas.el presidente barack obama jurara su nuevo mandato sobre dos biblias en vez de una: la que uso abraham lincoln en su juramentacion en 1861 y una que pertenecio a martin luther king.y la agencia federal de aviacion decidio que los boeing 787 dreamliner no vuelen mas hasta que se investiguen los incidentes registrados en las baterias de algunas de esas naves aereas. mas en despierta america ♪.. >>bueno, estamos de regreso en primer impacto, le contamos que un sicario mexicano confesó ante nuestras camaras que asesino a un agente de la patrulla fronteriza. >>natalia se une a esta exclusiva de primer imacto. >>buenas tardes, este mexicano dice ser un sicario de alto perfil, miembro de un cartel cuyos miembros lo quieren matar y es buscado por la policía. >>su testimonio podría cambiar drásticamente las investigaciónes. >>me han dicho persona. >>dias antes no
in the region. >> reuters said the white house will try to keep 3,000 to 9,000 troops in afghanistan beyond 2014 compared to the 68,000 there now. obama is scheduled to meet with karzai on friday. they have many delicate issues to address, and finding an agreement that's acceptable to both sides is expected to be difficult. >>> terrible traffic and soaring land prices are some of the unwelcome features of asia's booming cities. those are acute in vietnam. solutions include a railway company that wants to use lessons learned in japan to help vietnam build cities of the future. >> reporter: in vietnam it's booming. people pour into the city looking for work. not everyone is moving forward. the traffic getting worse every year and dangerous too with more and more accidents. poor road infrastructure isn't the only problem. land prices have spiked. a unit was set up next to vietnam's largest city. he's trying to sell a business model that help japan during its period of economic growth. >> translator: industry in the area is already booming. we hope to contribute to developing not only industry but h
pass a happy message to the insurgents, taliban and extremism groups in the region. >> reuters says the white house will try to keep between 3,000 and 9,000 troops in afghanistan beyond 2014, compared to the 68,000 there now. the administration insists they must have immunity from local laws. obama is scheduled to meet with karzai on friday. they have many delicate issues to address and finding an agreement that's acceptable to both sides is expected to be difficult. >>> a terrible traffic and soaring land prices are some of the unwelcome features of asia's booming cities. those problems are especially acute in vietnam. construction companies from developed markets are competing to offer solutions. they include a railway company that wants to use lessons learned in japan to help vietnam build cities of the future. akiko has more from hanoi. >> reporter: vietnam is booming. people pour into the cities look for work and fortune. but not everyone is moving forward. the hanoi traffic gets worse every year. and dangerous, too, with more and more accidents. but infrastructure isn't the on
. an irish hostage told reuters that the algerian army carried out an air strike on five jeeps with captives inside. his vehicle was its only one that wasn't blown up. spokes persons for the japanese engineering firm jgc corporation say they have been in contact with the captives. the fate of the remaining 10 hostages is unknown. prime minister abe spoke in jakarta. he expressed their determination to continue fighting terrorism. >> translator: i believe taking lives of innocent people is unforgivable act. our priority is to recover the hostage as live. the situation remains unstable. we'll continue doing our very best to cope with this situation. >> an algerian tv station says they killed 18 islamist militants but there's no official statement giving details on the rescue operation or the fate of the hostages. >>> it's not the first time the algerian government has used military force to deal with extremists. nhk world gives us some perspective on the political situation. >> reporter: the algerian government hard line approach can be traced back to the decade-long civil war that ended in 20
higher since last thursday. that's when reuters reports the ceo of amr told employees a decision would be made "in a matter of weeks." american has until march to complete its bankruptcy re-organization plan. aig is considering suing the u.s. government for coming to the rescue. the aig board meets today and will consider joining a $25-billion shareholder lawsuit against the government. oddly enough, the insurance giant was teetering on the brink of collapse back in 2008, and took the single largest bailout at $182 million. the suit is led by former aig ceo hank greenberg, who believes the company was coereced into taking the loan. "i think they'll back off of it. there's no basis for it, and aig wouldn't survive the storm that would come from the pr disaster that would bring aig." that was hugh totten, an attorney with valorem group. aig's bailout ended with taxpayers earning $22 billion in profits. there is no comment from the white house. the future of sears rests in the hands of brazen billionaire eddie lampert. lampert runs a hedge fund, is the chairman of sears, and will now beco
apparently in tel aviv in israel. several people have been hurt, we are hearing, and the reuters news agency is quoting israeli police setting this appears to be a criminal-related incident and not a palestinian bombing. you are looking at the latest pictures coming through to us of a car exploding in tel aviv. we are hearing reports of several people having been injured and the explosion. more when it becomes available to us. meanwhile, a chinese newspaper has published its first issue since a strike last week. journalist at the paper in guangdong province walked out after an official wrote an editorial that called for political reform. they only agreed to go back to work after the government said they would no lockers sensor articles. bureau chief at "washington post was "says editors at the newspaper on not letting up on a call for more media freedom. >> this paper did come out today. a typical story about an orphanage fire on the front. but if you look inside, buried back page 30 or page 32, a small notice saying basically that while we understand censorship has to continue in china, suc
was the target. reuters reports at least three traffic police were killed and four wounded. the taliban has claimed responsibility. >> translator: it was about 5:00 in the morning when we heard an explosion. the power went off. there were blasts one after another. then the fighting started. and lasted until now. >> last week six suicide bombers attacked the afghan intelligence agency killing two people and wounding dozens. an international forces spokesperson expressed concern the two incidents signal that insurgents are stepping up attacks against afghanistan's own security infrastructure. terrorists have shown they can launch daring raids on high-profile targets in the capital. afghan forces ability to maintain securities again in question as foreign troops step back from combat operations. >>> young scientists from around the world are gathering in singapore this week for a series of lectures about nobel prize-winning academics. the program is part of singapore's effort to become a global hub for knowledge and innovation. the first global young scientists summit opened monday at the nati
of new 787s. that's according to a report by reuters. scandanavian airline 'norwegian air shuttle' got the notification this week from boeing, which said deliveries will be on schedule for april. president obama is expected to go along with a debt limit measure being considered by the house. the house plans a vote today on a measure that puts the debt limit increase on pause until may, but allows the country to continue paying its bills. in the senate, democratic and republican leaders are hinting at getting down to the real business of pounding out a budget. "not a single piece of important legislation can pass the senate or become law without the votes of both democrats and republicans. so we'll be willing to compromise and work with our colleagues across the aisle." "if we don't work together to control the debt, the cost of our interest payments alone will eventually crowd out funding for things we all agree on, from defense to infrastructure and assistance for those who need it most." in other legislative news, the house has already approved a $50-billion aid package for hurricane
the victims. >>> a committee of the philippine congress approved the bill late wednesday. reuters reports total payments will exceed $246 million. the abuses occurred during a period of marshall law that lasted from 1972 until marcos fled the country in february 1986. his government is accused of making arbitrary arrests, detention, torture or even executions. some 10,000 victims or surviving relatives are eligible for compensation. the downfall of the regime gathered pace following the death in august 1983 of senator aquino, father of the current president and fierce critic of the marcos regime. he was assassinated at the manila airport. his wife led the people power movement that ousted marcos in 1986 and propelled her to the presidency. how to use the billions of dollars that marcos and his family gathered corruptly has been a lingering question ever since his downfall. filipinos were shocked to see the luxurious jewelry and shoes collected by former first lady ameldo marcos. the swiss federal supreme court ordered that ed thed that more million should be transferred to the philippine
that mclendon used company funds for personal gain. reuters reports that mclendon will leave the company with full compensation, plus stock awards, all totaling $47 million. china is on a fast burn with coal and shows no signs of letting up. according to a new report, coal consumption in china increased 9% compared to last year. it's the 12th straight rise in a row. china now accounts for 47% of coal use, nearly as much as the rest of the world combined. up until 2011, the u.s. was the world's largest coal burning country. student loan delinquency rates are on the rise, and it could eventually hurt the economy. a report shows more than half of students are delaying payments on their loans as they struggle to find work. last year, the average student owed $27,253, up a whopping 58% from 2005, when student loan debt averaged just above $17,000. here is what everybody is talking about: the dow is within striking distance of 14,000. it's been an incredible ride for investors who had the courage to buy stocks back in 2007 when the market was crashing with people selling stocks with both hands
to reuters. the company started an internal cost-cutting review several weeks ago and could lead to layoffs. some could come in jobs no longer needed due to improvements in technology. disney is also said to be looking at redundant operations that could be eliminated to save money. >>> a new study finds that a small group of drivers can often cause the majority of bay area traffic jams. researchers from uc-berkeley and mit tracked more than 350,000 drivers through their cell phone and gps signals. when a group came from outlying neighborhoods to travel long distances at the same time, they often clogged up freeways. caltrans and local agencies are reviewing the data and may put in more metering lights to spread out the volume in frequently congested areas. >>> now you can use your phone to pay for parking in almost any metered space in san francisco. they are now covered with a pay by phone app. with that, you can add time without going back to your car and the app will even send you a text to remind you when your meter is about to expire. onl
. the algerian communication minister said there were casualties. reuters says 30 hostages including several foreigners were killed. the militants kidnapped the workers on wednesday near the town of amenas. it included japanese and french citizens. the militants demanded france end its military command against islamist rebels in neighboring mali. they threatened to leave the country and take the hostages with them. supreme court forces stormed the plan. an algerian man who escaped spoke with a local television station. >> translator: i escaped by cutting the wires. i met with four foreigners on the way, and we decided to escape together. we met with the troops and they took us to a safe location. >> japanese engineering firm jgc corporation says it has been in contact with three japanese nationals working at the natural gas plant. the fate of the remaining 14 japanese is still not known. prime minister abe said at a news conference that they are both determined to continue fighting terrorism. >> translator: i believe taking the lives of innocent people is an unforgivable act. at the same tim
airlines, the airline according to reuters found improperly installed wiring in electrical proponent associated with celery power unit that this is what the "wall street journal" is reporting, this is also coming from reute reuters, but the ntsb according to the "wall street journal" is reporting that the japan airlines boeing 78 787 suffered severe damage. liz claman standing by in las vegas for the latest on 50 cent and the power players. how are you doing? liz: we are doing so well, we're iweare in the south hall right . if you look around, this is the area they do a lot of audio. the big crowds everywhere, all different kinds of companies, some very well-known, all day long we are absolutely going to be bringing you the guests, the real entrepreneurial spirit. 1.8 million square feet. a lot of crowds, 3100 exhibitors. we won't know it if it is a record year. 780 wireless companies alone, a huge show, the biggest gathering of technology, entrepreneurs, celebrities of a companies all in the high-tech world which has gotten so big it comes to personal electronics. let's start with t
season about to kick off. we have an analyst from thomson reuters with three stocks, he said, ashley will beat. he has three stocks that he thinks will beat earnings estimates. they may surprise you. ashley: get a pen and paper. write them down. the college bowl season reaching its pique as noter -- peak as notre dame takes on alabama. would that be better or worse for business though? we'll investigate. sandra: we certainly will. first we'll take, tell you what drove the markets today with today's data download. stocks falling with all three major averages closing lower as investors get ready for tomorrow's start of fourth quarter earnings season, everybody. s&p index retreating from a five-year high to end in the red. utilities and energy was the day's worst-performing sectors. >>> gold falling for the third straight session on speculation the federal reserve may end quantitative easing easing or money printing. the precious metal falling $2.60 an ounce. that brings the loss 2.5% over the past three trading sessions. watching corn prices. corn rising from a 6-month low and soybeans
just.posted according to the labor office, the jobless change according to the reuters forecast was to increase by 8,000. >> the unemployment rate, i believe, improved in january. >> 6.8% versus 6.9% in december. the unemployment rate coming down and there were less jobless than what we thought there would be. >> and when you consider what happened is in the german economy in the fourth quarter, the headline gdp figures disappoint and yet the employment data looks okay. >> which is one of those things. we'll cure our eyes on the reaction to that. plenty of news to come, as well. plenty to come on the show. let's remind you what is on today. it's all about financials not just in europe and japan, but in india where the country's biggest lender has just posted number peps we'll be out to mumbai for a breakdown. >>> and what are the traders saying? at 10:45 european time, we'll have our eyes on stocks from the london trading floor. >> other indices around the world posted record indices around the world in january. >> and we'll explain more in a little bit. >>> first, deutsche bank
the root of sort of widespread violence, reuters talks about chicago, and they say the root of violence in chicago today is in the desperate conditions in the black community and alienation of black youth. not some gang war that could be ended by suppression or negotiation. >> the root. i really feel like one of the biggest roots is we have to reinstruct the black family, and in that way i mean, like, by saying, hey, letting the images of black men be something that is of intelligence, letting them see, like, black men being successful, the black woman being heralded and being respected. basically it's like, you know, within the inner cities, we don't have a lot of correct parenting, and we have to change that. if the children don't have parents well, know we're starting from a deficit right now, then we got to figure out what can we do as elders, as people, even young people just to support each other. you know, like -- >> you know, i think it's a great point. i think also but the resources that permit people the time to parent correctly as well. join whatting common has brilliantly de
, reporting 9% jump in holiday same-store sales. hasbro is also in the green. legg mason jumping on a reuters report that the financial company turned down private investment and tiffany disappointed investors with holiday sales, basically they were flat lower. nat gas company down and monster beverage, pepco holdings falling today. walmart hit today by news that its ceo michael duke received a letter from two members of congress who want him to answer more questions about what we knew and when related to the mexico bribery scandal in mexico. back to you. >> much more ahead in the "closing bell." james grant joins us to talk about the debt ceiling and a lot more. will the taxman hurt charities? i'll talk with a member of the a non-profit about why she's so concerned. later on, a million dollar murder mystery with more twists than a "murder, she wrote" investigation. a million dollar lottery winner was poisoned to death after he won. details coming up. >>> breaking news. over to mary thompson we go for the numbers. >> reporter: hey, maria, the company pre-announcing 56 cents a share want to ex
. >> that's right, maria. tim cook is in china, and reuters and others are reporting that he's met with the head of china mobile. now, of course, that would be a big get for apple, something that investors have been waiting for for quite a while. you take a look at apple's six-year chart. china mobile could be the thing to provide the next catalyst for the stock, something that people have been looking for over the last few months. take a look at growth moments for the iphone. it launched, of course, back in june 2007. in july 2008 the iphone 3g came out that really excited a lot of people's imaginations because it actually ran faster on data networks, and then two years ago, almost exactly two years ago, the verizon iphone came out which provided a huge boost. it was like two holiday quarters in a row when apple was able to come out with an iphone on verizon. people expecting that that kind of boost might be what apple would get if china mobile picks up the iphone. china mobile has been holding out. reports are that the executives there are saying they don't want to do the same ki
story out of brazil right now. reuters is quoting local media reports that say as many as 90 people were killed in a nightclub fire in the city of santa maria, that's in southern brazil. as many as 200 others injured in this blaze. we'll bring you more details as we get them. >>> back here at home an ice storm is making a mess through the midwest. pushing towards the plains and the great lakes and leaving as much as half an inch of ice on roads, trees and power lines. heavy snow is also possible. meteorologist samantha moore has more on where this system is headed. >> a cold morning across the northeast and we have a little bit of wintry weather to get through before we see our warm up in the middle of the week. this is what you're waking up to this morning. temperatures in the teens across the northeast and we'll end up seeing things, you know, moderate a bit today. that means our temperatures just a degree or two above freezing across the new york city area. if you're out at central park, it's going to be crisp. you definitely need your gloves and your coat and your hat. things will ge
here. here's the news. reuters reporting it's in exploratory talks to sell itself. reuters reporting possible suiters as warner chilcothe. endo down 15% over the past month. stock scott, back to you. >> thanks so much. >> meanwhile, this market is not at the lows but not too far from them. down about 42 points on the dow jones industrial average. >> our next guest warns deficit hawks to forget austerity because it would hurt, not help our economy, and here's the kicker. he's a conservative. you do not want to miss his argument, and he says today's negative number on the economy proves it. >> we'll take a look. investors have been could go an about-face meanwhile on facebook, but will the comeback continue when facebook releases the earnings news right after the close tonight? we are on top of the very important report from facebook. it's coming half an hour from now. back in a moment. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 this morning, i'm going to trade in hong kong. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 after that, it's on to germany. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 then tonight, i'm trading 9500 miles away in japan. tdd#: 1-
settlements in the occupied west bank. the news agency reuters is reporting john brennan, the nominee for the head of the cia, had detailed knowledge of the agency's torture program while serving under president george w. bush. official records apparently show brennan received regular internal cia updates about the progress of torture techniques, including waterboarding. it is not clear if you raise any objections at the time he was made aware. attorneys for five alleged conspirators in the 9/11 attacks have asked a military judge to allow them to spend 48 hours at the guantanamo bay prison where their clients have been held. on the second day of a pre-trial hearing, navy commander walter reed says the conditions of the men should factor into whether there ultimately sentenced to death. >> in cases where we have asked to put people to death. when the government sets out to put people to death, our supreme court has said [indiscernible] one of our standards is to go in and look at their conditions of confinement, look at how they live. >> activists from across the country gathered at t
the attack. here is what he told reuters. >> translator: from where we boarded the bus, they took us around for two, two and a half hours across overpasses, through all of delhi. then they dropped us below an overpass. then they tried to run over us. we had no clothes. we waited there hoping someone would help us. i tried to flag down vehicles. taxies would slow down, take a look at us, and move on. we got no help for nearly 20 or 25 minutes. >> so far five men have been charged with murder, rape, and kidnapping in this case. they appear in court on monday. >>> in the u.s. another rape case is making headlines. in steubenville, ohio two high school football players are accused of raping a classmate at a party earlier this year and the social media response has taken really a life of its own. hacker activist group anonymous has released information on those they believe are involved in the assault. they've even planned a rally at the steubenville courthouse today, their second this week. but when it comes to anonymous releasing information to the public the county sheriff made his outrage cl
samsung and cap people could cool down, think again. a tech analyst firm tells reuters that samsung will widen their lead in smartphone sales in 2013 over apple. their sales will grow by 35 percent because the company offers several different kinds of phones. apple expected to do very well with smartphone cells growing by 33 percent. this afternoon, aism another mass shooting visits the families of survivors of the sandy hook elementary school, former arizona congresswoman gabrielle giffords will be in connecticut tomorrow to meet the families in a private setting. she was shot in the head two years ago at a campaign event and forced to retire from the injuries. tonight a benefit concert will be held for the sandy hook victims at new vision church. >> in the wake of the tragedy another company is offering bullet proof clothing for children. it is made by a company in columbia that makes bullet roof items for adult, and the owner has been getting e-mails asking for children's sizes. among the items being made are backpacks and vests. the owner lands -- plans on selling them in the un
at its studio operations according to reuters. a settlement over student loans hit shares of for-profit school i.t.t. educational services. the school agreed to pay $46 million to s.l.m., known as sallie mae. sallie mae had sued, arguing i.t.t. owed it money for student loans going bad. i.t.t. educational lost almost a fifth of its market value, with shares dropping 19.3%. this is more than a 10 year low. s.l.m. slipped 0.6%. four of the five most actively traded exchange traded products were lower. the lone winner was the nasdaq 100 tracking fund, up a fraction. and that's tonight's "market focus." >> tom: tonight's word on the street: electronics. beginning tomorrow in las vegas, the newest computers, smart- phones, televisions, just about any high tech gadget you can think of will be on display at the consumer electronics show. intel is among the companies hoping to make a splash. intel is-- intel is paging a big splash this year, james roger is with thestreet.com. he joins us from the nsye. they wrapped up what it will preview the show in las vegas what did you learn. >> ther
that control the planet and brag that they take over, bloomberg, ap reuters, you name it, brag they are going to get our guns as well. they have taken everybody's guns but the swiss and the american people and when they get our guns, they can have their world tyranny while the government buys 1.6 billion bullet, armored vehicles, tanks, helicopters, predator drones armed now in u.s. skies, being used to arrest people in north dakota, the second amendment isn't there for duck hunting. it's there to protect us from tyrannical government and street thugs. >> so what do you make of that, joy? >> i mean, this is crazy, chris. i watched that video last night, the yaeger video and watched the alex jones interview this past week. these are not normal pro second amendment people. this is insanity. these are people who are essentially arming themselves and stockpiling arms. they have more than 50 arms in their house against some sort of tyrannical government invasion of their personal homes. this is basically the paranoiacs in american society being brought forward and being asked to speak for gun owne
algerian government sources putting the number of casualties to be ten or perhaps 11. this is what reuters news service is reporting. thirty hostages killed when the algerian forces stormed the plant. two of them japanese, to -- a french national. the nationalities of the rest as well as those who escaped remain unclear at this hour, and those rescued. fox news, however, confirms that at least two americans are among those who escaped and are on their way out of algeria heading to london. still, as many as seven americans are reportedly missing at this hour, as i said, all of this is very fluid, and many of these numbers are going to change as we learn more, hopefully far more during the course of this hour. meanwhile, reporting that the al qaeda offshoot group was made up of a combination of the egyptians, algerians, two nations, libyans, malayans, and french among others and that at least 11 of those terrorists were killed. house intelligence committee chairman, congressman mike rogers telling fox news that al qaa in north africa likely pulled the trigger on an operaon that was already i
is not on the cellular providers, 3 g or 4g. it's known as wi-fi, 80211 in the reuters that people use. it's easy to imagine free wi-fi with common connections where you can use your phone. voiceover i.p. allows you to speak over the phone on the wi- fi network and that competition will open up those markets, i think. >> we have just about come to the end of our team. i want to ask you one last question which inevitably came to mind when you were talking about the magical translation devices. will there be a magical journalism device that will make the communists -- mists redundant? >> what is interesting about technology is that we do a pretty good job of catching up to the basics. we don't do a very good job of genius, all right. if you take a look at google news, many of you use google news, it does a pretty good job news, it does a pretty good job of assembling the obvious stuff.
and influential. cited by reuters reporters, talk show host, across the country. i think in particular of her many, many contributions to our series called issues 2012, ranging from her analysis demonstrating that even adjusting for the state of the economy, a number of americans receiving food stamps is at an all time high. we've heard that ago in the campaign. to another in which she made clear that oil companies so vilified for some politicians are not monopolies controlled by a few wealthy internationalists, but rather an important source of wealth and income for millions of average americans. whether it's unreal clear markets in the "washington examiner," tax notes or testify before congress, as she is quickly us to do, diana as a powerful and effective voice in economic policy debates. as i know you will agree, after her talk this afternoon. diana furchtgott-roth holds degrees in economics. in addition to position for president george w. bush she has served as will on the staff of domestic policy council for president george h. w. bush, and as a staff economist for the council of economic ad
, thank you very much for being on "washington journal." coming up, mark hosenball of reuters will be joining us to talk about why the senate is giving the movie "zero dark thirty" a big thumbs down. sarah klein will join us for a closer look at food safety measures. that is coming up on this edition of the "washington journal." today is saturday, january 12. we will be back after this break. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2013] [captioning performed by national captioning institute] >> if you ask how many people would describe themselves since -- as libertarian, he might be getting 15%. if you give people questions about different ideological things, depending on which poll you are looking at, you get up to maybe 30% of americans calling themselves libertarian. if you asked if you are economically conservative but socially liberal, over half of americans say that is what they are. just because people say these things does not mean they believe them. if you ask most americans if they want smaller government, they say yes. they say they want government to sp
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